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- v. Archaic form of comprise.
“Rhetoricians, began to write himself; his works, as collected in English, comprize four volumes, among them”
“Let us comprize, in one moment, in this instant, NOW, our whole of being, and exclude alike the future and the past! ”
“For a mere inventor, a mere digester, or a mere actor, are titles never made use of to comprize the whole character; but an”
“-- I will comprize his character in a few words, and afterwards unfold it more at large.”
“He explained that the Aaronic Priesthood did not comprize "the power of laying on hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost";  but he predicted that the Higher”
“If the festive assembly at Matthew's house really did comprize a number of sinners, was not the occasion one of rare opportunity for the ministrations of the”
“Yet even the conviction given through direct revelation (Matt. 16: 17) did not at the time comprize a comprehensive knowledge of the Savior's mission.”
“Gr. Test, and 30 pages in Beza's folio, comprize the whole in 40 days. ”
“The township which these islands comprize bears Gosnold's name.”
“These works comprize what had survived at the sculptural decorations of the”
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